APM Expense Claim Form effective from 6th April 2011, APM Expense Policy and RPP Assessor invoicing

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Posted by APM on 30th Nov 2011

Please refer to the article Central Repository for Current RPP Assessor Documents to find the Expense claim form and APM's Expense Policy. This refers to reasonable travel expenses incurred to carry out RPP Professional Reviews and to attend Assessor Training days.  

All Assessor work (Portfolio Assessments, Professional Review days) must be invoiced to APM - there is no standard template for this but please email / post your invoice and expenses to Alison Venters alison.venters@apm.org.uk or Andrea Kallides andrea.kallides@apm.org.uk indicating the candidate case number (and date of professional review where applicable)

The fees are:

Portfolio Assessment - 50

Professional Review day - 500

Our postal address is:

Association for Project Management
Ibis House, Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks, HP27 9LE

PLEASE CONTACT ANDREA KALLIDES IF FURTHER EXPLANATION IS REQUIRED

 

 

 

 

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